The brand new Spring 2010 line from site favorite, Miles To Go Clothing, just dropped and it definitely impresses. The new release includes 10 solid products, including a Miles To Go logo jacket, poster prints, reprints and of course new T-Shirt designs. Designers Keaton Henson, Godmachine, Dan Mumford and Dave Quiggle contributed to this most recent release.
The new tees are all printed on American Apparel blanks and are available now from Miles To Go Clothing for $21.99. Below you’ll find a few of my favorite tees from the latest release.
In this episode of Co-Tee TV I wear a promotional Lost T-Shirt from the Lost Season 6 Premier and review City Pop by IZzI Pop, a New York based T-Shirt brand who had the idea of combining pop culture, fashion and style in one concept that can be identified. IZzI PoP focuses on color, style and quality along with innovative art designs.
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City Pop by IZzI PoP.Pros: T-Shirt is tagless and features a screen printed label instead. Custom hangtag on the shirts adds a nice custom touch. Nice large graphic that fits a good portion of the front of the tee. Printed on an 100% Combed ringspun cotton and pre shrunkÂ tee and is advertised as being true to size. Design features many elements from city life .Â Cons: Might be a bit too busy for some, especially with all of the vector elements. Price: $23.00
Tired of the City is the new November tee from Linty Fresh and my oh my is it yellow! Some of you might remember that I wasn’t much of a fan of last month Linty Fresh offering (The Crest of Fresh) but I am totally feeling this vintage Linty Fresh tee. And did I mention that I love the yellow! It seems that the face behind Linty Fresh has been doing a lot behind the scene but has really toned down his web presence. There’s been a considerable lack of Linty Fresh blog and video offerings, despite a new Linty Fresh blog site. Tired of the City is printed on an American Apparel tee and is available now from Linty Fresh for $22.
Holy kabonkers, I haven’t done one of these in what seems like forever. A vacation will do that! Luckily, I’m back and that means fresh episodes of Coty Loves Threadless for your viewing pleasure! This episode is a woozy so be sure to watch it. My Threadless Pick of the Week is The Homesick Cosmonaut by Jesse Lefkowitz because it features one lanky astronaut in outer space and he misses home!
I’ve been tracking the Design By Humans 10K contest since it was first announced and I am excited that they released the final four designs that are up for voting! As some of you might know, I chose 5 designs that I thought could win the 10K contest and now just one of those has survived the final round. Twilight Rain by collisiontheory is the lone design left amongst the ones I had predicted to win. Also still left in the competition is Mecha-Labaw by csj89 whom we ran a special post about (written by Blake from YouDesignIt.com) discussing how he had taken a different approach to promote his DBH 10K entry.
So, here are the final four contestants. Be sure to get your vote in before August 23rd. Who do you think will win?
Last weeks crop of Threadless tees was pretty spectacular. Freakanaut was an amazing shirt. This weeks releases were a little “meh” for me. But hey, this is Coty Loves Threadless and I still love Threadless! Sam Schuna’s Witching Hour had the pimp spot this week on the Threadless site and for good reason! In fact, it deserves to be pimped so much that it’s my Threadless Pick of the Week! And how about the rest, you’ll have to watch! If you haven’t yet, be sure to check out and vote for my TypeTees slogan submissions -- I’m submitting one every day until I get printed! Every vote counts so vote for a slogan and help me get printed.
I definitely have to pick up this tee for my sister because she absolutely insists on collecting as many “I Heart X” tees as cities I can visit. Her collection is growing at a rapid pace so much so that maybe a quarter of her closet is filled with this tourist staple. The Go Heart Your Own City tee was made for her! It’s printed on a 100% cotton tee and is an exclusive re-release by Reason Clothing. These are extremely limited and are numbered 1 to 48. The cost? Definitely not the standard tourist street price. A I Heart NY tee will set you back 5 bucks, this limited print will cost you $36.Â